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- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... had a new meaning as I remembered my hairy friend in his underwear just two feet to my left.
We drifted off to sleep with an ambiance similar to gym sauna, the comforting scents of body odor and flatulence, and the soothing sounds of sleep apnea and a woman with such a moist cough that one could practically see the droplets of bacteria dancing their way across the humid air into my mouth. As I closed my eyes I thought, Welcome to the Camino.
... s only 5, there weren’t ox tails or beans, and there was no soup to begin the meal. There was steak (which was phenomenal) but being served rare is what threw me off.
My Basque food instincts were telling me something was wrong, but I had to keep in perspective that this is actual Basque food in the Basque country. Much like everything else when it comes to America, Basque food kept its ...
... art ranges in verity. "Euskal Presoak Euaskal Herrira" with arrows pointing towards a graphic on the Basque country is a common sight on the back alley walls of San Sebastian. The
purpose of the art is to advertise a movement to get ETA prisoners to be moved to prisons in the Basque country to be closer to their families. There are ETA tags ranging in different colors and style, anarchy insignias and phrases for ...
Oh Beautiful Barcelona 6/16/15
With less than two weeks left, I am starting a self petition to stay in Spain. Anyone willing to contribute to this fund is more than welcome to donate. I have visited three cities in Spain thus far; Bilbao, San Sebastian and now Barcelona. I must admit, Barcelona reminded me a lot of places back in the states but the essence of the city left me breathless nonetheless. Barcelona is full of English and familiar restaurants but ...
... arrival I began to notice that men would often gather in groups to socialize but that they frequently had a huddle of strollers parked next to them. This was just so unfamiliar to me. Not only that men were taking care of the children on their own but that they chose to bring them along to hang out with their other guy friends. In the States it would be very normal to see women with ...